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Is there a good online course (with video) for Image/Signal Processing or Matrix Computations that includes a section on the principles of Compressed Sensing?

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    $\begingroup$ Search coursera for Duke University image processing, nice course. If you just want video lectures search for ucf computer vision, Dr Mobarak Hossain, in youtube. $\endgroup$ – motiur Jan 7 '14 at 4:58
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EDIT: There is no shortage of links to go through: http://www.quora.com/Compressed-Sensing/What-are-some-good-resources-for-learning-about-compressed-sensing

If anyone can suggest a good one from experience I would appreciate it.

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Coursera has many courses available. Please check https://www.coursera.org/course/digital

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There are some good links at the Nuit Blanche website: Nuit Blanche In particular the course by Baraniuk and Duarte CNX Course

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There are some matlab codes on CS.

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Here it's a set of lectures taught by professor Emmanuel Candés at Cambridge. Video & Audio

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Apart from Coursera mentioned previously, I could also suggest edX: ELEC301x Discrete Time Signals and Systems from Rice University. Fairly good introduction to DSP.

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